Title: Bell telephone magazine
Year: 1922 (1920s)
Authors: American Telephone and Telegraph Company American Telephone and Telegraph Company. Information Dept
Publisher: [New York, American Telephone and Telegraph Co., etc.]
Contributing Library: Prelinger Library
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ectpersonal contact in our business, Jordansays, Picturephone calls are the closestthing to it that has been developed andas demonstrated in our experiments, atruly superior means of communications. Other recent tests by Ayer show po-tential usefulness for the new communi- cations medium in transmitting artlayouts, graphic material, packaging de-signs, sales presentations and new prod-uct introductions. ■ Picturephone service was used inanother recent graphics transmissionwhen a painting was imveiled in NewYork to an audience in Washington, D. C.The event marked a first for artists,as representatives of the National Geo-graphic Society at the Picturephonecenter in Washington were able to viewa painting of General Lees surrender toGeneral Grant transmitted from the cen-ter in New York. On hand in Washingtonto view the painting was Major GeneralU. S. Grant 3rd, Retired, grandson of thefamous Civil War general, who suppliedmuch of the information for the paint-ings detail and accuracy.
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Two views on the Picturephone screen.Hair stylist at work . . .
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